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Video texture modelling and synthesis using fractal processes

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4 Author(s)
Campisi, P. ; Dipt. Elettron. Applicata, Univ. degli Studi ''Roma Tre'' Via Delia Vasca Navale, Rome ; Maiorana, E. ; Neri, A. ; Scarano, G.

The authors propose a new approach for the synthesis of natural video textures using a fractal- based approach. Specifically, a video texture is modelled according to the three-dimensional (3D) extended self-similar (ESS) model introduced, which generalises the fractional Brownian motion process. The analysis of original video textures is based on the estimation of the autocorrelation functions (ACFs) of the textures' increments. The 3D-ESS model is then used to synthesise a process whose increments have the same ACFs of the given prototype. The synthesis is accomplished by generalising to the 3D case the incremental Fourier synthesis algorithm. Experimental results for the analysis and synthesis of natural video textures are eventually provided.

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Image Processing, IET  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2008

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